Alright, here is the second part of what has been keeping me so busy…
We bought a new house! Well, technically we still have a week and I am terrified that somehow my beautiful new house will not be mine. But for now, our current living situation involves lots of boxes, messes and children building forts out of boxes and messes.
My favorite part of a new house? Decorating the new house!
Paint colors are mostly picked, carpet has been selected and a few decorating items have been picked out. HJ has decided he no longer wants a light blue room. He wants a red and black room. He loves space, so we purchased a cool picture of the moon to hang.
I decided that I am an adult and no longer need my cheap bedspread, and was given this gorgeous duvet cover from Serena and Lily.
I have fallen in love with the softness of this cover, and can’t wait to pick up a few more of their amazing items.
I am so excited to share pictures with you all, especially some before and afters of the different rooms!
I haven’t given up on this page. I promise! But sometimes things happen. Like you get locked out and it takes a while to figure things out. And if you knew how my past month has gone, that wouldn’t surprise you one little bit.
To start things off, if you are on your cell phone while driving…and then drop your cell phone. DO NOT REACH FOR YOUR PHONE WHILE TURNING.
That was the short version of how I was crashed into. Now for the long version.
About a month ago I was driving down a street with little one in the back. I was driving straight. There was not a stop light, or a stop sign. However, a car heading in the opposite direction was trying to turn left into a residential area. While getting ready to turn, he dropped his phone. He decided to reach for it, while turning and not looking. I saw him turning and thought “how the hell is he turning, I AM RIGHT HERE”. I even tried stopping. But he turned into the side of my car. Everyone was ok, but my car took a beating. We gave our insurance info to the police, and went on our way.
Well, it turns out I gave my correct insurance info to the police, and the other person gave false information to the police. And is now MIA. But not really MIA, because he is active on his public facebook profile, we have his address, phone number and employer info. So truthfully, I don’t know why he isn’t getting in trouble for any of this.
But anyway…after two weeks of my car being in the shop, replacing car seats and dealing with insurance info, I have my car back. Now we just need to get my $$ back.
And be safe. Don’t text and drive, email and drive, search the web and drive. Next time you are driving, take notice of how many people aren’t looking at the road. It is scary.